Dr. Larissa Pschetz is a researcher and lecturer in Design Informatics and Product Design at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on Interaction Design and related areas of Human-Computer Interaction, Social Sciences and Humanities. She completed a Microsoft-funded PhD in 2014, where she coined the term “Temporal Design” to describe a design approach that looks at time as emerging out of relations between cultural, social, economic and political forces. She has previously worked at research centres such as IBM Watson in Cambridge MA, Microsoft Research in Cambridge UK, Microsoft Research Asia, and at Interaction Design offices in Germany, such as IxDS in Berlin and HID in Hamburg. Larissa has published in high-impact conferences in HCI and Design related areas, including CHI, TEI, Interact, and DRS. Her research is currently focused on Inclusive IoT, Biodesign and Temporal Design.